Lotem Yehonatan Amiel01/31/2024, 6:15 PM
, and it seems like Flyte is unable to detect when the task/container has finished and written the output file. I also have a different
that doesn't use
and everything works fine there.
While looking at the task tab under execution for both, I see that the working task has
while the other task has
, but when I go to the task definition itself I don't see any
anywhere, for the task that isn't working.
What am I doing wrong? Maybe I need to specify the
manually inside the
? although I don't see where
Lotem Yehonatan Amiel01/31/2024, 10:43 PM
? I'm looking for an additional
kubectl get pod -o yaml -n <namespace> <pod name>
container that should be added...
Lotem Yehonatan Amiel02/15/2024, 7:08 PM
or just decides not to create a
my workaround for now is using "Runtime default pod spec", so my tasks have
the problem is sometimes i need a different pod spec (to add another sidecar), so this workaround isnt great